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Article Table Of Contents
1.
Bibliographical References
Subject: Canonical Compositions from the Biblical World; Egyptian Canonic
Transformations in Mathematics and Art
What is Geometry?
Geometry is a branch of mathematics a concerned with the properties and relations of points,
lines, surfaces, solids and higher dimensional analogs.
We can see geometry from 2 main perspective art a
Nanotechnologies in our life
Nanotechnology is a quite common word these days, but many of us dont realize the
amazing impact it has on our daily lives.
What is nanotechnology? Nanotechnology is science, engineering, and technology
conducted at the nanosc
Nicole Zinger
Engineering an Arm
Lab 6
5.1 Characterize the Spring
Experimental Design: We tested 9 forces on the spring using 9 different masses. Initially the
length of the spring at equilibrium (Force = 0) was measured. Then, the length of the spring w
Nicole Zinger
10/20
Lab #5 Report
Average Muzzle Velocity from previous results: 4.61 +/- 0.04 m/s
Maximum Range
Objective: Determine angle required to obtain a maximum range shot. In the equation
Range calculated with muzzle velocity of 4.61 m/s = 2.16 m
Nicole Zinger
Lab Report 9
11/17
In-Line Questions
What does it mean experimentally for the small angle approximation to be valid? That is, what
will we observe if the small angle is valid? What will be observed if the approximation is invalid?
-The small
Nicole Zinger
Lab Report 3
Distraction and Reaction Time
Procedure
Hypothesis: A distraction will increase the reaction time or time it takes to react to a situation
because attention will be diverted from the situation.
-In this experiment, a ruler is dr
Nicole Zinger
Lab Report
Design and Procedure
Initial Measurements
X distance to carbon paper: 207 cm = 2.07 m
Y height of canon above ground: 110 cm +/- 2.0 cm
-Our experiment involved the use of a Pasco ME-6800, short range projectile launcher that was
Nicole Zinger
Lab Report 9
11/17
In-Line Questions
What does it mean experimentally for the small angle approximation to be valid? That is, what
will we observe if the small angle is valid? What will be observed if the approximation is invalid?
-The small
Nicole Zinger
Physics 1 Lab
9/15/15
Question Nine
2g = 9.81*2 = 19.62
Discrepancy = 19.62
Uncertainty = 0.7
Significance = 19.62/0.7 = 1.6
The difference is likely not significant because the value of t or significance is between 1 and 3,
but closer to 1
Procedure Questions:
1) We know that =
Lab #4: What Makes an Arm?
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Tina Vaziri
March 27, 2014
. At rotational equilibrium !"#$%& = !"#$% .
Therefore we can plug in the torque equation so that !
Tina Vaziri!
Physics Lab 1!
February 20, 2014
Lab 1: The Nature of Statistical Processes
!1.
The probability is 1/3
2. You would expect to have about 3 dice that roll a one or two because the probability is 1/3.
3. We got 2 which was close to our expectat
Tina Vaziri
Physics Lab 1
April 3, 2014
Lab 5: Can You Determine the Interior of a Solid Object?
Q1: Our design consists of a ramp at a fixed height, a few different types of spheres,
and a Photogate w
Tina Vaziri
April 24, 2014
Physics lab I
Conservation of Momentum Lab
Q1. Describe your design, for determining the desired mass ratio of the elastic collision
and the fraction of energy lost in the inelastic collision, in terms of the
Tina Vaziri
April 17, 2014
Physics Lab #2
Lab #6: The Real World; When Approximations Fail
Q1. Describe the design, for observing the breakdown of the small angle
approximation, in terms of the experimental setup
Tina Vaziri
March 6, 2014
Physic Lab 1
Lab 3: Calibrating a Cannon
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Q1: In this experiment, we are trying to determine the unknown variable, in this case the initial
velocity, of the ball at an angle of 0 degrees. To do this, we conducted 25 trials, wher
Tina Vaziri!
February 27, 2014
Physics Lab #2: Reaction Time
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Introduction:
In this experiment, we are trying to determine how distraction effects ones reaction time. We will
do this by measuring our response to catching a ruler drop from a set distance.
Caroline Neaves
Lab 1 Multimeter Introduction
1. The estimated uncertainty !" on the voltage measured by the analog sweep
meter on the power supply is 0.1 volts. The uncertainty is independent of
the measured vol
Caroline Neaves
9/17/14
Lab 1: Spreadsheet Tutorial
Partners: Jae and Jack
1. A hypothetical systematic error for this experiment would be if height were
systematically underestimated. This would result in a larg